Wadham College takes the welfare of its students very seriously. There’s a wealth of support available, all you have to do is ask.
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Harassment Advisors are elected by the Students' Union, and have been trained by the University on dealing with cases of harassment. Students may consult them confidentially about any issues involving harassment, and advice may be sought from them without invoking a formal complaints procedure. The Harassment Advisors are:
• The Chaplain, Wendy Wale: Room 3.1 firstname.lastname@example.org +44 (0)1865 277905
• Tom Sinclair: Room 28:2 email@example.com +44 (0) 277577
Further information about the College’s harassment procedures can be found in the Student Handbook and you can view the Harassment Policy and Procedure here
Peer Supporters are Wadham students trained by the University Counselling Services in listening skills. They are bound by a confidentiality policy set by the SU, and are available to either let people talk through situations which are on their mind, or refer them on to more specialist organisations.
Current Peer Supporters are:
Kezia Fender (postgrad)
Katie McCay (year abroad)
Health and support services in Oxford
Further support and information about self care, pharmacies, dentists, doctors, social care and emergencies can be found on County of Oxfordshire Advice on Care and Health (COACH) website.
Wadham College is committed to supporting students and staff with disabilities. We work closely with the University’s Disability Advisory Service, and with Occupational Health, to ensure we offer appropriate support both in working with individual staff and students, and in shaping the broader culture, physical and academic. Everyone at Wadham is committed to creating a fair and positive environment.Further information and contacts